|Reena Parkey King (#47249526)|
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I can now claim to be a snow bird. Texas has become my winter home. I am from the north end of Burt Lake, Michigan. My ancestors are Parkey, Crump, Butler,on one side and Carlson, Karr, Schultz on the other. The rest are branches, limbs, and twigs.I belong to The Burt Lake Band of Ottawa|
Orinigal St Mary's Indian...
St Mary's Indian Cemetery...
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|Cathy Taylor||Annand correction|
I was attempting to send you a correction notification when I had a serious senior moment and hit the send button too soon. Please ignore the messages and I'll try it again. Sucks to get old...........lol
|Jana Marie Lashmit||Edits|
Thanks again Reena for being so prompt with the edits and corrections to the memorials. I really appreciate it :)
|Jana Marie Lashmit||Transfers|
Wow thanks, that was quick!! Appreciate it. Am also adding others to the cemetery. Have a great day....
|Alan Eugene Koch||RE: Lemorie|
Frank Lemorie's sister Mary Jane was married to Charles Taylor.
Charles Taylor's father Reverend Michael Taylor was my wife's great-great grandfather.
Perhaps we can collaborate on the family tree?
My personal email address was in the transfer request.
|T Linn||Donald Judson|
Find A Grave Memorial# 73402767
Reena - I'm glad to transfer management of Donald's memorial to someone who has a connection to him (he's not related to me).
I am descended from the first Train(e)'s to come to the American colonies. My 9th great grandfather was John Traine born in Scotland and married in 1635 in Massachusetts. I don't see a Stephen Train on my tree but I know our Train info isn't complete and I haven't worked on it in a long time.
With the exception of one family line, my mom's family lines have all been in America since 1634 up to the mid 1650's at the latest. My dad's family lines have been here since 1630 (possibly one on the Mayflower) and my direct line in 1772. So .. I'm lucky to have both sides of my family lines have a very long history in America. By the way, family researchers have identified several Native American marriages into my line so I also have that as you do.
Genealogy is amazing isn't it??
Added by T Linn on May 03, 2014 8:14 PM
|Ron Cole||Larry Carlson|
More than glad to transfer to family member.
Added by Ron Cole on May 01, 2014 9:54 AM
|Judy Strid Taylor||Helena Jarman|
She is connected to her parents. Thanks for your email.
|Margaret C Cowles||Center, Emmet co, MI's cemetery|
Oh I'm hoping that you will this spring when you come HOME. LOL
I am trying to find Edson James Duffy who died in 1904 and was burial "Center....(cannot read the handwriting on the death certificate). If you'll e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I'll try to forward you a copy of the photocopy of the death certificate.
He was a fist husband of a third wife of a man who married a kin of mine (his 2nd wife). Long story.
please send me your e-address when getting in touch & jog my memory of the who Mr. Duffy was!
Thanks for listening and for any help you can be. I'm trying you because you took a photo of the cemetery sign up close...so you must have been there (I'm trying Center Township cemetery now using Brook Cemetery).
|Megan Macleod||My Grandpa|
I was wondering if you would give me this grave. He is my grandfather and some of your information incomplete.
|Kokopelli||RE: Edward Kenoshmeg|
I am not sure. Its an very old book so maybe there is.
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